Superstition Legend(s) video with Tom Kollenborn

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Superstition Legend(s) video with Tom Kollenborn

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Here I thought I'd hear a few great TRUE stories from Tom Kollenborn only to fall into this alternate reality with Frank and Ryan as they continue to stretch the truth. When Ryan hypothesized Bob Ward possibly added the black 'heart' adjacent to the petroglyphs (8:37 into the video) I stopped the video...
I'm glad I never got to watch the last episode of their lost goldmine series.
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Oh yeah, Frank should drop the arrogant attitude along with the stogie. Reminds me of a used car salesman at one of the shady used-car lots on Lake Street (Minneapolis) back in the mid-60's...
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Kind of funny that the opening credits talk about the Supes, while showing footage of Cathedral Rock in Sedona ....
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CannondaleKid wrote:............................
Oh yeah, Frank should drop the arrogant attitude along with the stogie. Reminds me of a used car salesman at one of the shady used-car lots on Lake Street (Minneapolis) back in the mid-60's...
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I started falling asleep at about minute 4.
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Tough_Boots wrote:I started falling asleep at about minute 4.
For heavens sake WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG! :bdh:
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SuperstitionGuy wrote:For heavens sake WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG!
I was only kept awake by my desire to find any recognizable lineation to the rambling.
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Tough crowd!
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